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Account vs. Accountant

Finding the differences between Account and Accountant


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Account vs. Accountant

A description of something that has happened, as in an account of the accident.
An arrangement to keep money in a bank, as in a checking or savings account.
Records of money earned and spent.
If you account for something, you explain it.

An expert in money matters and keeping accounts.
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